Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1319test this
- composite manuscript
- Irish manuscripts
- vellum + paper
Volume 1 (82 pp), a paper manuscript containing vernacular translations of Latin accounts of the Life of Christ.
Medical fragment of 3 ½ leaves (vellum). “It appears to be of the fifteenth century” (Abbott).
Vellum fragment of 11 (originally 12) leaves, again of the 15th century (Abbott), including a copy of Cath Muige Tuired Cunga.
Fragment of the Breislech
27 leaves containing Irish versions of classical tales
9 leaves which previously belonged to the Book of Lecan.
Two leaves were formerly inserted between p. 187 and p. 192 (Abbott). Although they retain the earlier pagination (pp. 188-191), these leaves are presently found after p. 171 (Gwynn).
Five Irish grammatical treatises
8 ff. Medical fragment.
See above. 9 ff containing a fragment of Recension III of Táin bó Cúailnge. A part of the same fragment also occurs on pp. 111-118.
Three fragments of Togail bruidne Da Derga
Fragments of four poems.
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page name: Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1319
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